Chapter 7 vs chapter 13 on credit report

What's the difference, and what to do about it.

Chapter 7 vs chapter 13 on credit report

Chapter 7 will last on your report ten years (unless removed), while chapter 13 will stay on there only seven.

You would think chapter 13 would lower your score less since you typically repay debt, but that’s not the case.

Both types of bankruptcies will drop your score up to 240 points (and slowly hurt less over time).

Fortunately, both types of bankruptcies can be deleted before their expiration date by disputing them (complex process).

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